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Social and
Personai
THK wcddlriK of Mrs, Sue Wllllams
Ptiek to Wllllnm R. Massle, of
Rlchmond, was celebrated yes?
terday mornlng at 11:30 o'clock at Mrs.
Rnek's country home, "Rose Hill," near
Greenwood, ln Albetnarle county. Rev.
Ofiorgc W. McDanlel, D. D? pastor of
the First Uaptlst Church. of thls clty,
performed the coromony.
While wltnefiHed only by members of
the Immediate famliies and a very few
lntlmatc frlends, the coreniony was of
llvely Interest to Itlchmond soclety,
where both the brlde and groom are
well known, she belng the slHter of T.
<\ Wllllams, Jr., and ho a uiembor of
the flrm of Hobson. Massle & Lelgh.
Mornbers of tho famliies wont from
Rlchmond to attend the cremony,
among them belng Colonel 'lOugene G.
MasSle, brother of the groom. and Mrs.
Massle. Himndrrs Hobson, a partner of
the groom, nnd Mrs. Hobson were nlso
present. These, wlth othir near rela?
tlves and friends and nelghbors of the
brlde. composed the weddlng party.
At a farewell dinner given on Frl?
day of last week to Mr. Massle by
Malvern C. Patterson, lntlmatc frlendn
of the groom present were: .lohn T.
Anderson, .lamoH .V. Boyd. Henry H.
Baskervllle, Charles B. Boillng, M. 0,
Branch, 8, D. Crenshaw, B. H. Grundy,
W. M. Habllston. ffaunders Hobson.
Levlri Joynes, Egbert 0, Leigh, Jr.,
Eugene C. Massle, Dudley Macdonald.
Frank Nallo. Dr. W.. T. Oppenhelmer.
Tj. Tt. Page, Ashton Sturke, W. B. Ten
nant, Joseph E. Wlllard, T. G. Wll?
llams, Jr., Coleman Wortham and Dr.
J. A. Whlte.
tVlillehurHt?Mllnes.
The weddlng of Mlss Allce Marlo
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You Will
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in Your
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pleasant and satisfactory. For best re?
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Made in Richmond.
Used for Gcncrations.
Sold on l Continents.
Thc Dunlop Mills. Richmond, Va.
Did it Ever
Occur to You
How attraciive and accep
tablc a basket of "Schmtdt's
Quality" Fruit for the sick
and convalescent really is!
Baskets, $1.00 up
and of finest quality only.
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504 to 508 E. Broad Street.
Reliable
Furniture
At Moderate Prices
Jones Bros. & Co.,
Incorporated,
1418-1420 East Main Street.
We can now supply a few
more customers with
Pure Milk
and Cream
MINIB0RYA FARM,
Madison 6912 109 E. Broad
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Special display and sale of
Black Goods to-day.
This May Manton
Shoe
in all Leathers
Parrish Bros.
21 W. Broad
?j(oiu^ncvnrVvY^)
Flcccc lined and fur top
Kid Gloves for Children
Tans, browns and all IJO^,
sizes; special . UsdC
Also, Knitted Gloves C(\n
at 25c and. i/vC
Mllnes, duughtor of Mrs. Benjamin
Mlllnes. to Herbert Clinton White
hurst, Hon of Mr. and Mrs. Willlam .!.
WhltehurHt, was celebrated at 8:30
o'clock vosterdav evenlng, ln Con
tonnry Methodist Church, the ROV. J.
N. Latham ofllclatlng.
The rhuroh was decorated wlth
palms, bay trees and cathedral c.an
dlea, Intorsperaed wlth whito, loose
potaled olirysunthemums. The chan
dellora wero wreathed In smllax nnd
chryBanthomum blosaoms. Thc en
trnnce of the brldnl party was made
to the strnlns of the "Lohcngrln" wed?
ding march, Nevln's "Venetian Love
i Song" wns piayed durlng the cere?
mony, and Tannhauser's march was
| tho reeesslonal.
Mrs. Bruce Rowe. wearlng whlte
satln, velled wlth green marqulsettc
nnd trlmmed wlth cryatnl pendants
antl carrylng a shonf of whlte chryH
nnthemums, was mntron of honor. Miss
Posalle Mllnes, the mald of honor,
wore shell pink crepe nietier, trim?
med In sllver flowers. Sho held an
arrnful of whlte chrysanthemums and
orchids. Tlie flower girls, Edith Bowe
l and Avls" Young, were very dainty in
whlte chlffon frocks, hand-ombrolder
ed, and pink rlbbona. They had bas?
kets of orchids and plnk rosebuds.
Robert V. Whltohurst was best man.
and tho others attendants: Clarence
Nash Reld. of Norfolk; Lewis Larus,
| Wllliam Forbos and Henry Froehllng,
of Rlchmond; Rtrpther Freeman. Mere?
dlth Montague und Trlplett Montague,
of New Y'ork.
The brlde came In wlth her brother
In-law, Bruce Bowe. who gavo her
In marrlage. She waa gowned in
whito crepe motler. hand-wrought.
wlth panels. berthe and yoke of real
lace. A coi*anet of orange blosaoms
held tho folds of her vell. tho groom'*5
gift. a dlamond nenda-u, was her only
ornarnent, ?nd hor flowers were lllles
Of thc valley and white orchids.
Following thc church ceremonlal. a
arnall receptlon was held at 1403 Grove
Avenue, for the bridal party, intl
niato frlends and out-of-town guests.
A background for the recelvlng party
was formed hy a .screen of plnk and
whlte chryaanthemums against nalms.,
The hall was In plnk. and chrysanthe?
mums were used In stalrcaae ornamen
tatlon. In the dlning room floral balls
were suspended and plnk roses and
ohrymnthemums were used on the
table, and to glve the color tone
to a lattlce work of smllax and malden
hair ferna. Mr. and Mra. Whltehurst
later In the evenlng left*for a Cana
dinn tour. Out-of-town guests at.
church and receptlon lncluded Mlas
Mary Harman, of the Universlty of
Virginia; Mlss Bessle Carter and Mrs.
James Irvin. of Danville*. Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Bozart. of New Y'ork; Mr.
and Mrs. E. (.'. Gunther. Mr. and Mrs.
Macdonald Wren. of Norfolk; Mr. and
-Mrs Davld Hennlng, of South Caro?
lina: Roland Thorp. Herman Allyn
and Bessie Merrltt, of Norfolk: Miss
Grace Ditman. of Baltimore: T. C.
lAlmlrall, of New York Cltv; Mr. and
Mrs. BranHford Adams. of Lynchburg:
: Mr. and Mrs. Menalcus Lankford. of
Norfolk: Emmett Price. of Blacksburg.
j and many others.
i Ante-Xuptln! KntrrtalnmentH.
' Niimerous ante-nuptlal entertain
? ments woro given in honor of the
I brlde and brldal party durlng the
week precedlng the Whltchurst-Mllnes
j wedding. At a dlnner given by Her
i bert Clinton Whltehurst Tuesday eve
I ning the color scheme was ln plnk and
w'hite, ?nd the guests were: MisseB Ma
1 rie and P.osalle Mllnes, Mary Harman.
I Bessle Canter, Grace. Dlttn&n, Mrs.
i Bruce Bowe, Mrs. Robert Whltohurst.
IMrs. Jamea Irvin; Bruce Bowe, Nash
Reld. Strother Freeman. Willlam Jef
rles. Willlam Forbes, Lewis Larus and
Robert Whltehurst.
Mrs. Stuart Bowe gave a small tea
Monday afternoon to Mlss Marie Mllnes
and her house guests. and Mr. and
j Mrs. Benjamin Tallaferro were hoets
at a supper In the Commonwealth
Club. Monday night. in thelr honor.
j The color scheme was developed in
yellow and whlte Saturday evenlng
at Mrs. Bruce Bowe's dlnner, and
whlte and green the prevalling tones
at a beautlfully appolnted tea on
.Saturday afternpon. glven by Miss
Rosalie Mllnes.
>II?a U'IiIImIu'm Engagement.
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Whltsitt, of Rlch?
mond College, announce the engage?
ment of thelr daughter, Mary Taylor.
to Howard Grady Whitehead. the mar
] rlage to take place In the home of the
' brldc. November 29. On account of
; illness in the bride's family only the
nearest relatlves wlll be present.
] Llterary nnd Soclnl Clrelr.
The Literary and Social Circle of
the Woman's Home Mlsslonary So
, clety of Centenary Chuch wlll moet
thls evening at 8:30 o"clock. All mem
: bers of the church are cordlally in?
vited.
I Redford?-Gaylord.
j Luke Redford of Rlchmond. and
-Miss Lola Gaylord, of Brambleton,
Norfolk. were married Monday by
I the Rev. Dr. Anderson, of Park Ave?
nue Baptlst Church. Norfolk. The
j brlde wore a dark blu,e traveling sult
i wlth hat and gloves to match. They
i left that evenlng for a short trip
i to Baltimore and Washlngton, and
I on thelr return wlll reside in Rich?
mond.
A small receptlon was held at the
home of the brlde, 31G West Hlghland
I Avenue, Norfolk.
I Wlll Arrlve Thla Mornlng.
Dr. Anna Howard Shaw will arrlve
! thls mornlng and be the guest of Mlss
| Mary Johnston. Members of the Equal
' Suffrage League of Vlrglnla and thelr
| frlends are Invited to meet Dr. Shaw
lat a receptlon, t- be glven in league
I headquarters, IJO" East Franklln
i Street, this afternoon. from 4 to 6
o'clock. The hour for Dr. Shaw's lec?
ture ls 8:15 o'clock thls evening, and
the place, the Jefferson^Hotel Audito?
rium.
outlaiid?Adklns.
.Mr. and Mrs. Danlel D'Orvllle Ad?
klns. of Petersburg, announce the ap
proaching marrlago of thelr daugh
j ter. Lillian Allce, to Alvan Servosser
'Outland, of Rlchmond, ' on November
20, in the homo of the brlde, 21 Frank?
lin Street,* Petersburg.
To Meet Wlth Mr*. Muuce.
A literary meeting of Common?
wealth Chapter, Daughters of the
American Rcvolution, wlll be hold
Saturday afternoon ln tho home of
Mrs. John S. Munce, 5 West Main
Streot. "
Surprlse Party.
A delightful surprlse was tondered
Mlss Ethel Lawrence, at hei* home,
820 West Cary Street, Frlday night,
by a number of her friende. Games
and music were lndulged ln untll a
late hour, when refreshments were
served Among thoso present were:
Mlsses Vlrgie Mathews, Vlola Bar
lott, of Hlghland Park; Frances Lud
lam, of Blnter Park; Dalsy and Loulse
Seay. Hnttia Drummond, Ethel Law
ronoe, Gracie and Evelyn Haley,
Clemmie Thackcr, Loulse Seagle, Ger?
trude La-wrence, of Rlchmond; Berke?
ley Thorpe.' of Dumbarton; Mr. Nash,
John Tutwller, Churles Merrlman, Jno.
Woody, Howard Brownlng, Robert
Brock, Milton Gibson, Charles Elllott,
Harry Brownlng, Charles Scott, Ray
mond Du Hart. Aubrey Seagle, Everett
Harris, Wllmer Lawrence, .Tohnnle
Brown, Wlllle Merrlman. of Rloh?
mond; Richard Ludlam, Ge'orge Law?
rence, of Ginter Park; Mesdamea Chas.
Lawrence, H. Lawford. E. M. Mathews,
H. M. Lawrence and XV. L, Handrlck.
AValton?noothe.
Mlss Blanehe C. Hootho. of Wake
fleld, Va., was marrled yesterday to
Grover C. Walton, of thls ottv. -The
vccremony took plaoa. ai Murahv.'j*. .Ila*
tcl, nt :i l>. Mi It wuh n aurprlHc to
tholr mnny frlr>nMH.
Those present. were! Ttcv. Hamuel C,
llu(ch>;r. of 1010 l-JftSt Marshall Htreel;
AIIhh Vlvlan Owntlimey, Mlss Annle U.
WIIhoii, of WakedSld, Vn.: Moraen
Wlllson. or PotorHburf?; W. R Parrish
and Robort n. I.umpkln, of thls clty.
Thc couplr. win mako tholr home
at 113 South Flfth Streot.
In uiul Out of Torrn.
Mlss Margnref. Hodpfos, of rjanvllle,
wlll arrlve ln Rlchmond thls week to
remaln untll nfUr Thanksgiving:. She
wlll vlslt frlonds ln Pctersburg at
tho concluslon of her stay here.
Mon. Sti Cioorptc Tucker anrl Mrs.
Tucker wlll ocr-upy tholr houso In
Norfolk for tho wlnter.
Jack Waller vlsltcil hl? psrents, Mr.
nnd MrH. Edward Waller, at Garrison
vlllo, Va? last week.
Mrs. John A. I.oRnn and her daugh?
ter. Mrs. Tucker. are attendlng a
meeting of the Army of Tennessne
ln Ohlo, but wlll return to Wflshlnut
ton for Thanksgiving.
Mrs. Montgomery, of Vordon. Han?
over county. In the guest. ln Rlchmond
of her slster. Mrs Andrew llaynes.
I/ynn Wrlght. of Portsmouth. who
attended the Methodlst Conforence In
nichmond, ha* returned to hls home
ln Portsmouth,
Mrs. Barnfs Penn and little daugh?
ter. Ellzabeth, of Danville, wero week
end uuests of Mrs. Penn's sister. Mrs.
Carroll H, Montague. of Rlchmond.
Messrs, Ha.nn, I.yneman. ArmHieln.
Brlcll, Edwards and Massey leave thls
week for Ornnge eountv. to spend a
week huntlng near Somerset,
Mlss Maggie Vaden, who has been
the guest of Mrs James P. Harrlson
near Danville. has returned to Rich?
mond.
Mlss Mary Faulkner Butler, of Rich?
mond. after e. visit of several weeks
to Mlss Gladys Lea. of Danville, Is
making a farewell stay wlth frlends
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Llttleton, N. C.
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Gloves
for Women
Cut full and large. Thcsc come
in pretty, neat patterns for 50c,
75c, $1.00 and $1.25.
here before leaving for her new home
on Mobjack Bay.
Mlas Elizabeth Coghill, of Freder
lcknburg. Is the guest of Mlss Kathe?
rine Robinson, at 926 West Grace
Street. _
Mrs Jacquellne Smith. of Freder?
lcksburg, ls In thc clty, on route from
Danville to her home clty.
Mrs. Sophy Whlte Mason. of Edge
hlll, Albemarle county, ia visiting Mlss
Bessle Doyle, of Norfolk.
Mlss Emma Gray Whlte Is the guest.
ln Norfolk of Mlss Elolso Williams, on ;
Falrfax Avenue. |
Mlss Lucys Throckmorton, of Ginter j
Park. Rlchmond, is vlslting Miss Elsle '
Schmelz ln Hampton. MIs? Throck- ;
morton wlll roturn home wlth Mlss |
Schmel;* for Thanksgiving, when Miss i
Woodward, of Bridgewater, will also j
be her guest. _____
Washlngton. November lb.?The
marrlage of Mlss Katharine b. Milton. |
daughter of Mrs. Roberta Mllton. and
Davls ll. Luttrell. of Falls Church, Va.,
took placo to-day at noon al Eplpha
ny Church. An effective decoratton
of palmB, autumn leaves and white
chrysanthemums was usod in the chan
cel, and tlio ceremony was performed
bv Rev*. Freeland Peter. Thc bride
was attlred ln a smart tailored sult of
dark blue cloth, wlth a dark blue vel?
vet hat. She carrled a lari^e bouquet
of whlte chrysanthemum:.
Mlss Nancy M. Mllton, the brlde's
slster. was the mald of honor. and
she wore a cloth suit of a darker
shade of blue. with a large hlnek hat
trlmmed with whlte plumes. Her bou
quet was of yellow chrysanthemums.
The best man was Nathanlel Lut?
trell. and the ushers were Willlam
Brown. Richard Taylor, P.alph Wil?
liams and Ernest Lelth.
Mr. Luttrell and hla bride left im
mediatelv after the ceremony for their
wedding" trip. there being no recep?
tlon. On thelr return they wlll re
slde at the Cumberland Apartment,
thls clty.
Washlngton, November 18.-?A wed?
ding of unusual lntereat to thelr large
circle of frlends was that of Miss
Elizabeth Harper. daughter of Mrs.
Roberta Harper, and Dr. Walter G.
Trow, of Hallwood, Va., whlch took
placo thls evenlng at X o'clock at the
Metropolltan Presbyterlo-n Church, the
roctor, Dr. Paul Hickok, otllelating.
The brlde was given away by her
brother. Bernard P. Harper. and was
gowned in white silk chlffon cloth
over satin and wore a tulle vell and
orange blossoms.
Her sister. Miss Roberta Wallace
Harper. was the mald of honor. and
her gown wus of pale green silk.
Mles Edlth Mangum. Miss Loulse
Bovd, Mlss Elizabeth Ktefor. Miss
Loulse Stock. Mlss Grace Neilson. Miss
Elsle Shlnn. Miss Maud Edmunds. Miss
Mabel Chapln, Miss Isabelle Collins
and Mrs. Anna Howser, all members of
the bride's Sunday school class. pre
ceded the wedding party to the altar.
The best man was Dr. Earl Clark.
brother-ln-law of the brldo. The ush?
ers were Harry F. Harper. Randolph
M. Harper, J. Willlam Harper and
'Lester HoU, brother-tn-law of the
groom.
A small receptlon followed at the
brlde's apartment on Park Road, to
which only the bridal party, relatlves
r.nd a few intlmate frlends 'were In?
vlted.
Dr. Trow and hls brtde will return
hero for Thanksgiving. before going
to thelr future home in Hallwood, Va.
Among the out-of-town guests here
for thc wedding were Mrs. Willlam N.
Wlse. Mrs. Josephus Carr and Wells A.
Harper. ali of Lee-burg, Va., and Mlss
Mary Vass, of Culpeper, Vai
Washington, November 16.?At the
wedding thls evenlng of Miss Char?
lotte Loc. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Randolph Lee, and Harry
Munn, which took place at S o'clock
at the home of the brlde's parents, the
ceremonv was performed by tho brlde's
uncle, thc Rev. Harry Lee, of Char?
lottesvllle. Va, asslsted by the 'rector
of St. Andrew's, Rev. Jay ' Johnson
Dlmon.
The brlde wore the conventional
white satln. wlth a tulle vell and
orange blossoms, and was glven away
by her father.
The mald of honor, Mlas El'Lane Wll
liamB. wore yellow chlffon over j-el
low satin, and the decorations were
all yellow, relieved wlth palms and
ferns. ^
Harvey Munn was be8t man.
The wedding was very qulet. owlng
to mournlng in the groom's famlly,
and thc guests lncluded only the rela?
tlves and most Intlmate- friends of the
young couple.
Among the out-of-town gueats here
for the wedding wero Charles S. Lee,
tho brlde's grandfather, of Berryvllle,
Va.* Mrs. Nancy Covle and Leo Covle,
of Wlnchester, Va.; Mr. and Mrs .Chas.
C. Garrett and the Mlsses Garrott, and
Mr and Mrs. Richard Chamberlain, of
Baitimore; Mr, and Mrs. Philip F. Lee
and Dr. M. R. Page Lee, of Norfolk.
Va : Mlss Elizabeth Collins and Mlss
Anna Collins. of New York; Miss Cald?
well, of Port Deposlt, Md.; Mrs. Wool
man. of Montana; Mlas Katherlne Rob?
inson, of Georgetown, Del., and Earl
Prince. of North Bloomtleld, Pa.
Mr. Munn wlll take hla brlde to
live in Albemarle county, Va., after
Christmas.
? ??.
Wllkerson-?Carter.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Frederlcksburg, Va., November 16.?
Robt. H. Wllkerson and Mlss Goldle R.
Carter, both of Spotsylvanla county,
came here yestorday and wero mar?
rled last evenlng at the resldence of
Rev. Decatur Edwards, of tho Baptlst
Church, who performed the ceremony.
The couple left for a brldal trlp
8ouvih, and upon their return will
reslde ln Spotsylvanla county.
? . ???????__
Two Wedding Ceremonies.
tSpeclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Hampton, Vtu, November 16.?-To
nlght at Fox Hlll there wero two wod
dlngs. Mlss Mary Jane Johnson be?
came the brlde of Andrew Johnson.
and MUs Vera Johnson was marrled
to Wllliam RosBer Wallace. Rev. S.
L Dumvllle performed eaoh ceremony.
The brides are flrst couslns.
? '.
Ilelford?Hlett.
(Special to Tht Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1
Wlnchester, Va.. November 16.?
CUne M. Belford and Miss Bsther D.
Hlett. members of promlnent famllies
of Capon Brldge. W, Vak, drove to
Winohestor to-day and were married
by Rev. W. H. Carter, at the Baptlst
parsonage._
Lile*?Peraoii.
brother
TO BE CONDUCTED
Will Bc for Bcncfit of Sunday
Shool Workers of Peters?
burg.
INJURIES MAY BE FATAL
Marker Placed at Historic Spot
on the Colonial
Heights.
Timos-Dlspatch Bureau,
10!i North jSycarrioro Strcr.t,
Petersburg, Va., November 16.
An instltute or tralnlng school for
Sunday school workers, under the au
splces of thc Baptist Sunday School
Association of Pctersburg and vlclnlty,
will bc held ln the Flrst Baptist Church
ln thls clty on November 23-25, Inclu
?<>ve, and the school ls expected to be
of great Interest and Instructlon to
Sunday school workers of nll denom
liiatlons.
Thc Baptist Assoclatlon of Potors
lmrg and vlclnlty is composed of clght
schools, flve ln the clty and threo In
Chesterfleld county?Woodlawn, Et
trick and Matoaca. It has an average
register of between 1,400 and 1,600
offlcers, teachers and scholars, and its
olTtcors are: President, J. P, Stophen
son; Vlco-Presldent, ,1. n. Suthorjand;
Secretary, T. E. Adklns; Treasurer,
John E. Seay.
Thc tralnlng school wlll be under I
thc dlrectton of Rnv. Joseph T. Watts. ]
Sunday school dlrector of the Baptist
State Mission Board, a man of large
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That is why we never
resort to fake schemes.
We have never made
cheap Pianos, and never
will.
OUR PIANOS
are all of the best grade,
and we do not attempt to
compete with inferior in?
struments.
The possession of a
Stieff or a Shaw Piano
does credit to the taste
and judgment of the
owner.
Chas. M. Steift
205 East Broad,
Richmond, Va.
L. B. Slaughter, Mgr.
The Matchless
We make this Piano and sell it
direct from the factory to the home.
"Little Broadway"
Always the Nowest Styles ln
"SUITS THAT SUIT"
212 N. Flfth Street.
ssssssssaassssssssssss
experlence ln all phases of Sunday
school work, who wlll present vlinl
subjects, ln addltion to directing the
work.
Mr. Watts wlll bo assisted by Mlss
Margaret A. Frost, of Nashvllle, Tenn.,
nn export In all matters relatlng to the
elomentary department of thc Sunday
school; Arthur Flake and J. P. Lea
vello, fleld secretarles of the Sunday
School Board, nt Nashvllle, the former
an export ln organization nnd manage
mont. and the latter In teachlng. Dally
lectures will be delivered by thc dlrec?
tor and assistants on matters of vital
Interest.
Tnjiirlen Belleved Fntnl.
The condition of Robert M. EUls, the
Norfolk and Western constructlon fore?
man, whoso skull was badly fracturcd
by a blow .wlth a heavy stlck by a
negro workman named John Spnln, on
thc belt line, in Dinwiddie county, yes?
terday, ls very unfavorable and critical
to-day. The bellef ls that death wlll
result during the nlght, and ln nll
probablllty the charge of murder wlll
rest against the negro lf he is ever
caught.
Spain Tirs so far escaped arrest,
though pursued by posses. Blood
hounds wero placed on hls tracks yes?
terday evenlng and trallod the fngi
tlve for many mlles, but lt is sald
finally lost scent of hlm.
WeririlnK InvKntlnnn.
Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards have
ibsued invltations to tho marriage of
thelr daughter, Agnes Lillian, to Ben?
jamln .Stockton WoolHton, to take placo
in Trinlty M, E. Church, Sallsbury, Md.,
November 28. Mr. Edwards ls the
preslrting elder of tho Eastern Shoro
Dlstrict, ln whlch Salisbury is em?
braced. He was formerly pastor of
Market Street Church, ln thls clty.
The bride has many frlends ln Pcters?
burg.
B. Mason 11111, of this clty, announces
the engagement of hla slster, Mlss
Almira O. Ulll, to LeRoy Hodges, of
-Norfolk.
Mr. and Mrs. Danlel D'Orvillc Ad
kln.?, of thls clty, have lssued Invlta?
tions to out-of-town frlonds to thc
marriage of thelr daughter, LUlle Allce,
io Alvan Servassa Outlund, of Rich?
mond. Tho weddlng wlll be cele?
brated November 29 at 5:30 o'clock
P. M., in the home of the brlde's par?
ents, on Franklin Streot.
Mnrker Placed.
Frances Uland Randolph Chapter.
Daughters of the Amerlcan Revolutlon,
has placed a marker on thc Colonb'i
(Chesterfleld) Heights, opposlte thls
clty, to deslgnatc the spot from which.
ln 17S1, General Lafayette shelled tho
British forcos, then holdlng Petersburg.
The British headquarters were in tho
Boillng house, on East Hill. whlch was
the special mark of General Lafayette's
guns.
Thc chapter somo time ago erected
in old Blandford Church a beautlful
tablet, sultably Inscribed, to the mem?
ory of the Revolutionary heroes.
Personai and Othenvlae.
Only one change ls made ln the
Metho"dist pulplts in pctersburg, and
that was rendered necessary by reason
of a vacancy. The Kev. George EJ.
Book?r, of Epworth Church, ls ap?
polnted to Washington Street Churcn
to succeed the Rev. Thomas R. Reeves,
reslgned. The con.gfegatton ls greatly
pleased at the apptjntment.
The Library Buliuing, a three-story
hrlck structure at the corner of Syca.
more and Bolllngbrooke Streets, whlch
was purchased some time ago by tho
Virginla Railway and power Company
at a cost of $20,000, ls soon to be re
nindeled and lmp.i"Oved by llie com?
pany for Us PeterSburg offlcers. The
improvements wHl cost somo thousands
ot dollars add?ttpnals
Tho Hustings Court wlll begin Its
November term to-morrow with a num?
ber of cases on the Commonwealth's
dockct for trlal.
Plans are on foot for tho capltallza
t!on of the SouDislde Agrlcultural As?
soclatlon for the holdlng of annual
fairs in thls clty. Tho recent falr
proved so successful that lt ls deslgned
to place the assoclatlon on a perma?
nent and tlnn basls, and the peoplo. ol'
the Southside henrtlly favor the
scheme.
Offlcers Xnmlnnleil.
At tne regular meetlnp of Peters?
burg Lodge, F. O. Eagles. No. 882.
last night, ofucers'for the onsuing torm
wore nomlnated as follows: Worthy
presldont. W. H. Ratterv: Worthy Vice
President, George A. Bottfman; worthy
Chaplain. J. M. Sanders; Secretary, C.
G Plaasants; rrensurer, Joel T. Brown;
Inslde Guard, John Shorrer; Outside
Guard W L Wheolhousc; Trustees,
James VV. Wells. Charles L. Soyler and
Jullan T. French; Physlclan, Dr. VV.
Pryor Joues. .,_,.,.
The olectlon wlll be held December
6 and nomlnatlons aro open unt'l then.
New by-faws were adopted.
?
GRAND JURY PAILS TO
MAKE ANY IXDICTM12NTS
[Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.1
Lovlngston, Va., November 16.?A
special grand jury, havlng been in
session for flvo eontlnuous days, since
Novembor 9, for the purpose of Indlet
Ing the membors of the mob whlch
llborated John Mooro, tho condemned
murderer of C. C. Howl, sentenced to
be elootrocutod November 2i>, returned
linto court to-day and stalted that
they have com"lotod their lnvostiga
tlon and wero unable to mako any In?
dlctment. About otghty wltneHses were
summoned beforo tho grand jury.
Moore was sot free from prison on
Octobor 20.
PORMKR QOVBRNORS TO
TAKE PART IN CAMPAIGN
[Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Suffolk. Va.. November Iti.?Leaders
of the Citizens' League. whlch ls con
duetlnp the oampalgn for the "drys"
Jn Suffolk. pendlng the local optlon
eleotton, announced to-day that they
aro plannlng to have sonu< distinguish?
ed speakers, among thenj belng for?
mor Oovernor Olenn and formor Oov?
ernor Aycock, both of North Carollna,
nnd John B; Brown. an evangellst, now
lu Mexlco. The "wets" declnrod thut
"the people leadlng thls tlsht do not
propose to stand for porsonul abuse
and mud-sllnglng from publlc speak?
ers. elther Imported or domestlc." The
alternatlvo was not stated.
?_-^?.?-,
Injured ln Runaway AcolUent.
ISpeclal to Tho Times- Dlspatch. I
Culpeper, Va., November 16.?Whllf
out drlvlpg this afternoon noar theh
homo at Mltcholl's Statlon. tho tean
hccnmei frtghtenod and ran away.
throwlnu mit and oerlously' lnjurln.u
Mrs. Slaughter, wife of D, A. Slaugh?
ter, ov-inombor of tho Loglsliuurefron
this county, and hor nlilce. Mlss Corro
liu SoiumervilliK
Piano Tuning
Repalring, Volclng and General
Overhaullng.
Let us estlmate for you.
Phone Madlson 6506.
Crafts,
Flfth and Grace Streeta.
Lack of judgment In thc -election of
a photograph is no longer an excuse.
Ask any of your frlends and they wlll
say. "Go to Foster'?." Fostir'* for
photograph? all the time.
112 NORTH NINTH STREET.
Deiroit Jewel Gas Ranges
Are a Summer Necessity.
Chas. G.JURGENS'Son
Sole Agents, Adams and Broad,
Blght ln tho Ceatr* or Furnlturo Dljt.-Ie**.
Phoenix Muiflers loi Ladies and Men
Buy Your Thanksgiving Fur?
niture Now
Greateat atock ln South.
Sydnor & Hundley, Inc,
709-11-13 East Broad.
Furniture for Home Beautiful.
Children That Eat Our Bread
Are Healthy.
BROMM
516 East Marshali Street,
501 We?kt Broad Street.
r"GREEN CASTLE"
Kitchen Cabinets will lessen iritchea
abor. Try one. Sold by
Rotbest & Co.,
Fourth and Broad.
Something Special
in Suits To-Day
Baylor-Yarborough Co.,
207 East Broad Street
Removal Sale Now On
Direct Action Gas Ranges
Have No Equal
Sold Only by
Ryan, Smith & Co.
A. B. C. Capitol Wrapped Loaf
"The best bread you over tasted."
Wrapped ln waxed paper?not touoh
ed by human hands untll it ls served
on your table.
Bc. at Your Grocex's.
AMERICAN BRKAD AND BAKING CO,
e. 8, 10. 12 i:. tielfib Street.
Fair Deallnft Always,
Fair Prices Prcvail,
Falr Vlsitors Welcome.
Two Blg Stores?
West Broad, East Maln.
Pitts Furniture Co.
WE HAVE IT IF ITS MADE OF
LEATHER.
THE ROUNTREE
LEATHER SHOP,
703 East Broad Street.

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